Presidents’ Day: These Are A Few of Their Favorite Meals
There is a long list of past presidents who have made their food loves and hates well-known. A key perk of the Commander-in-Chief job, or that of the First Lady, is instructing the White House kitchen to fulfill their culinary idiosyncrasies. After all their grandiose galas and diplomatic dinners, they like to tuck into their favorite snacks as much as the rest of us—from jelly beans and Fresca to waffles and popcorn.
While you may not think favorably upon the man, you can’t fault him for his favorite food. In that spirit, we’ve rounded up 17 presidents and their most beloved foods,
Once you taste this traditional Mediterranean pizza delight, you’ll crave the aroma and the lingering flavor of our Za’atar Finishing Salt. Great for breakfast, as a compliment to any meat dish or an accompaniment to a pick-me-up afternoon espresso (or Turkish coffee, if you are a Middle East aficionado). Serves 4-8.
A refreshing blend of cucumber and beet with accents of spice provided by radish and red onion. After gently drizzling our Rogue's Heavenly Blue Cheese Finishing Salt mustard vinaigrette, plus an extra pinch or two (maybe even three) for additional flavor and color, you’ll be a true finishing salt convert. We’re certain of it. Serves 4.